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GEMS showcases research at Murton Heritage weekend 18/19th November

Representatives from the GEMS project, Jeroen van Hunen, Alexandra Sweeney, Stuart Jones and Kalila Mackenzie attended the Murton Heritage even on the 18th and 19th November 2023 at the Glebe Centre in Murton, Seaham. The event was organised by Derek Gibson, and the GEMS project team members displayed Durham University and the GEMS project’s research […]

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GEMS meets international delegates at Durham Miners Gala

Emeritus Professor Sandra Bell represented GEMS as an invited speaker at an international workshop on community resilience and Just Transition in coalfield communities, organised two as a two day prelude to the Durham Miners’ Gala on 8 July. Co-organised with the Durham Miners’ Association, University College London, the Trades Union Congress’ northern region and industriAll […]

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GEMS Recognised at the World Energy Storage Conference 2022

Dr Julien Mouli-Castillo presented the work done as part of GEMS at the World Energy Storage Conference 2022. His talk entitled “Mine water geothermal heat storage: building upon a legacy” showcased the progress made on the GEMSToolbox code designed to evaluate the evolution of temperatures inside the mine workings. The talk received a lot of […]

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Visit to Clyde Gateway D2Grid site

During the visit to the Glasgow Observatory, GEMS project members looked at boreholes, monitoring equipment and scale of infrastructure, as well as looking in detail at logistics for the engineering side of the project (space, pipe connections etc.) After lunch they took a trip to the Scottish Water Energy Centre in Dalmarnock where they were […]

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